Perhaps you have read the story about Lauren Blank, a teenager from Texas who shared on Twitter the story about her birthday present from her beloved grandfather. And what was this gift? It was three notebook-journals her grandfather had compiled, recording the moments they shared from the time she was two to five years old.
Why would such a gift touch the heart of a teenager on her sixteenth birthday? From Lauren’s reaction, we learn why keeping a journal is more than just a way to record daily events—it is the quiet whisperings of feelings sometimes too precious to only be said aloud. They must be written down forever.
This story showcases what a gift it is to keep a journal. To read the article, click on this link: “Her Grandpa Kept Daily Journals.”
I hope you enjoy reading this story as much as I did.
If you want to start your own precious gift for a child, grandchild, or great-grandchild, consider a Five-Year Journal, an easy way to capture moments and your most heartfelt emotions.
We now have a good supply of journals in every color—cranberry red, sapphire blue, navy blue, hunter green, glossy black, or chocolate brown—but we’ve had a difficult time keeping them in stock. In the last 90 days, we’ve sold almost 250 journals! It’s so exciting for me to know that all those people are beginning to document their lives or the lives of those they love.
What about you? Do you want to begin capturing the daily moments that will otherwise be lost forever? Say, yes, and order your own five-year journal. I’ll ship it out to you the very same day as long as supplies last.